Discover the New Samsung Galaxy S20FE at a Special Low Price

The new Samsung Galaxy S20FE 5G smartphone might be more easily called “Samsung’s greatest hits”. The “FE” stands for “fan edition”, and fans of premium Android smartphone features will be delighted with all this device has to offer.

By adding 5G compatibility to the beloved Galaxy S series’ powerful processor, pro-grade camera, and big AMOLED display, the Galaxy S20FE offers outstanding performance at well under flagship price. It packs a 6.5” FHD Infinity-O screen with 2400 x 1080-pixel display and 120Hz refresh rate. That’s nearly double the refresh rate of previous smartphone displays, making it ideal for scrolling through social media feeds, or streaming video. It also enhances your ability to enjoy taking and viewing photos with the high-powered 12MP, 12MP, and 8MP triple-lens rear camera with 3x optical zoom, or 32MP front-facing camera. You can even capture ultra-HD 4K video, and playback 8K UHD video.

Superfast octa-core processing assures seamless performance with 5G wireless networks, and there’s plenty of storage—the Galaxy S20FE 5G is available in either 64GB or 128GB options) which can be expanded up to 1TB by adding a microSD card (sold separately). There’s also reliable all-day power thanks to an intelligent battery, which learns how the phone is being used to optimize power, along with the convenience of wireless charging.  

This outstanding blend of power and performance is available now for a special price of just $550 (after this limited time offer, the device will be $700), or by using our interest-free EasyPay financing option—make a small down payment, and the remaining balance is simply added to your monthly wireless bill each month to be paid in installments with 0% interest.

 Discover premium smartphone performance at a pleasing price with the Samsung Galaxy S20FE 5G. To get started, order yours today online, or contact customer service at (888) 345-5510 and we’ll be happy to help.

40 Thoughts on "Discover the New Samsung Galaxy S20FE at a Special Low Price"

  1. Richard Frey says

    We currently have Sprint and iphone 11pro. How does this phone compare? Will we still be able to facetime with our son in Singapore?

    reply to Richard

    • Thank you for your interest, Richard! The phone’s features, such as FaceTime, would work on our network. Since you’re wanting to use your own phone with our network, you will want to make sure that your current device is unlocked from Sprint, is GSM-compatible, and VoLTE capable in order to be considered compatible. We can’t guarantee compatibility for all models, but we’ll do all that we can to see if we can get it connected for you.

      reply to Jacob

  2. Clifford Smith says

    Does it operate on the AT&T network?

    reply to Clifford

  3. michael todd temple says

    When Will you get the s 21 ultra?

    reply to michael

    • Hi Michael, thanks for your interest. At this time we don’t know if or when we will be receiving the Samsung S21 Ultra. If we do get that phone in, it would be posted to our website first so we would recommend checking back on our website periodically to see if it is listed.

      reply to Jacob

  4. Anita says

    There are currently no manual or videos loaded in the consumer cellular website. I have used both in the past with my current Samsung phone, and am wondering what the timeframe is for loading content associated with this phone.

    reply to Anita

  5. Regina says

    Do you take trade-ins? Bought an i-Phone beginning of June and I hate it.

    reply to Regina

  6. del dawley says


    Consumer Cellular,
    Please consider adding the cellular Apple watch to devices that you support.

    Thank you.

    reply to del

  7. Angel says

    I don’s have trade in

    reply to Angel

  8. charles says

    my old phone was beater this i i can only hear some times keep going in and out . phone is nice but just sounds in and out

    reply to charles

  9. Jayne Rasmussen says

    I have service through at&t now. Could i keep my phone number?

    reply to Jayne

    • Thanks for your interest, Jayne! As long as the number remains active with the current provider during the transfer process, you can switch it over. We will also need the current account number, PIN number if there is one, billing address, and the account holder’s first and last name to submit to your current provider so that they will release the number to us so we would recommend having a bill readily available for this process.

      reply to Jacob

  10. Kathy Beaver says

    I have an iPhone 6s Plus. Will it work on your system and will all I have be backed up on the cloud as it is now?I am in the 75840 zip code, Fairfield, Texas

    reply to Kathy

    • Hi Kathy, we appreciate your interest in our service! The phone will need to be unlocked from the network provider, be GSM-compatible, and VoLTE capable. We can’t guarantee compatibility for all models, but we’ve had good experiences in the past with iPhones switching over as long as the mentioned criteria is met. The iCloud will remain logged in and the information will keep your information backed up as well unless you remove it from the phone. If you’d like, you can also check coverage for your area by going to our website here.

      reply to Jacob

  11. Jodie D Meyers says

    So I’m a Consumer Cellular customer and I’d like to get this S20FE. On the website, it’s OUT! So is my next choice, the Samsung 2o Ultra or whatever. Do you know when these will be in stock again? Is it safe to order it from any store as long as it’s ATT network compatible?

    reply to Jodie

    • Hi Jodie, thanks for your question. We don’t know when we will get more of a specific phone model in as we have to wait for the manufacturer to send us more. We’d recommend checking back on the website regularly though since they will be posted there first when they come in again.

      reply to Jacob

  12. Marlin Frey says

    I have an account with consumer and I saw an apple se for sale tried to buy it is trying to make a new account which I have my phone broke so I was trying to order the apple se advertised at 250$ it won’t let me order without a new plan if not I will have to cancel my plan because my phone broke

    reply to Marlin

    • Hi Marlin, thanks for your post. If you’re already a customer with Consumer Cellular, you will want to make sure that you are purchasing a replacement phone using your online account which you can login in at here. Otherwise, you can also place the order for a new phone for your account by giving us a call at 800-686-4460 and we’d be happy to help.

      reply to Jacob

  13. Bonnie Soper says

    I just wandering about the apple iPhone that I ordered order # if I can try it out for 30 days if I don’t want it I can send it but I will like the phone

    reply to Bonnie

  14. Oladipupo Tobi Olukanni says

    I have Sprint/Tmobile family plan/service at the moment. What do I need to switch to consumer cellular. Moreover, will I be able to bring along my family with me-5 lines

    reply to Oladipupo

  15. Keith Stevens says

    I bought the S20 FE 5G from you – Consumer Cellular – total cost with the sale discount and with tax was $588.50. So I was disappointed to discover I could have bought the same phone directly from the Samsung for $399.99 – by trading in my Galaxy S7 for a $200 discount and there’s a $100 instant rebate – that $399.99 doesn’t include tax so it would have been about $430 or so with tax and I paid $588.50 a difference of $188.00. So basically the trade in amount.

    reply to Keith

    • Hi Keith, thanks for your post. We appreciate you bringing this to our attention, however, we don’t have a trade-in program for our phones, and we don’t price match for other companies. I have gone ahead and passed along your feedback regarding this though.

      reply to Jacob

  16. Sarai Rosbe says

    I am currently a Consumer Cellular customer. I plan on trading in my current phone for an unlocked Samsung S20 FE thru Samsung. What do I need to do to use the new phone on your network? Thanks!

    reply to Sarai

  17. Keith Stevens says

    Not only did it cost $188 more from Consumer Cellular but also, the S20 FE has a wifi calling feature which Consumer Cellular doesn’t support. Again disappointing, but while Consumer Cellular is less expensive than most other cellular carriers, I still expect honesty, integrity and transparency not censoring and suppression.

    reply to Keith

    • Hi Keith, thank you for your post. It looks like your WiFi calling feature wasn’t enabled, which is why it wasn’t working. I’ve gone ahead and enabled it so just power the phone off and back on again before going ahead and turning it on in the phone. If you have any trouble or questions about this though, feel free to give us a call at 800-686-4460 or you can also chat with one of our agents here for for further assistance.

      reply to Jacob

  18. Maria Angelica Contreras says

    Can I keep my phone and number?

    reply to Maria

    • Nicole at Consumer Cellular says

      Thank you for the question, Maria. You can transfer your phone number to our service. If you want to keep your phone as well, it will need to be GSM-compatible, VoLTE-capable, and unlocked. We can’t guarantee compatibility, but we’ll do everything we can to get it working if it meets that criteria.

      reply to Nicole

  19. Mary fruge says

    Trying to find phones to purchase my husband s phone is going out

    reply to Mary

  20. Irene Meaney says

    Hi. How long to you expect the 4 G network to exist & work for customers? Or is it wiser to go right to the 5 G compatible from a 3 G phone? Thank you.

    reply to Irene

    • Hi Irene, thanks for your question. We do not have an end date for the 4G network. We don’t expect it for some time, but if that changes at any point we will let our customers know as soon as possible. If you do decide to go with a 5G compatible phone, it will last a while which is definitely a plus.

      reply to Jacob

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